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So I am 3 days post op of my laparoscopic surgery to take out a 4-5 inch cyst on my right ovary and a small one on my left. I can handle the incision pain as it comes, but the worst has been the CO2 gas they pumped me with. I can literally feel the bubbles moving under my chest, around my stomach, my belly, and my shoulders. As of now my shoulders are sore, but the gas under my chest and around my abdomen just bother my breathing and eating. Is there any way to pop them or shift them elsewhere than my chest? I can't do the upside down thing people are talking about since it's already hard to walk and pee, I sure as heck can't go upside down. Thanks for reading and answering
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